Suzani Rug #44445
Suzani Rug #44445 by Nazmiyal Collection Suzani is a type of antique embroidered textile produced in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. They are embroidered and then multiple pieces are stitched together. The stitches used are primarily buttonhole, chain and stain. Usually the motifs used are the botah motif and other flowers such as tulips, wild hyacinths and pomegranate blossoms. Suzani derives from the Persian word for needle and to the coverings and embroidered hangings.
Marvelous uzbek silk handmade embroidery suzani
UZBEK SILK HANDMADE SUZANI WITH MARVELLOUS DESIGN We are presenting you the most impressing part of Uzbek handmade embroideries - Suzani. This name of the exquisite silk embroideries comes from persian "suzan" which means "a needle". Uzbek silk handmade Suzanis give us an opportunity to have a great insight into the old culture and tradition of this land. Such works of art were prepared and used for ceremonial events like wedding, fittings for horses and horsemen, and the general…
Important London antique rug fair will open in a week | JOZAN
The London Antique Rug & Textile Fair will open Thursday 3 April 2014 with a preview for invited guests and will be open for the public from Friday 4 April through Sunday 6 April. The venue for the fair is once again The Showroom, 63 Penfold St, London.